1,000 trees identified for preservation at Taman Tugu project


  • Nation Premium
  • Friday, 28 Oct 2016

An aerial view of the Taman Tugu project. - Filepic

PETALING JAYA: Some 1,000 trees have been identified for preservation on the site of the proposed Taman Tugu project in Kuala Lumpur, some of which are believed to be over a century old.

Malaysian Nature Society (MNS), which is taking part in the project, said 54 of the identified trees measured some 1m in diameter.

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights

taman tugu project , 1 , 000 trees , preservation

   

Next In Nation

Thirteen arrested and over 280kg of syabu seized during raids Premium
Teacher cheated of nearly RM200,000 in Macau scam Premium
Covid-19: 55 new cases bring total to 251,411 in Sarawak Premium
GPS’ Piasau candidate uses his ‘me time’ to engage voters on social media Premium
Covid-19: New cluster involving teachers college detected in Sabah Premium
Fuel prices Dec 9-15: RON97 drops three sen; RON95, diesel unchanged Premium
Sarawak Polls: Upcoming ruling won't affect my candidacy, says PSB’s Wong Premium
Sarawak polls: SUPP urges EC to clean up electoral roll, claims many deceased are registered voters Premium
Najib appears like an ‘innocent man’ before case gets to Federal Court, says Dr M Premium
Cops discover over 12kg of drugs hidden in storeroom Premium

Others Also Read


Vouchers